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The Daily Planet

Summer 1946




Jan/Feb 1946:

INITIATIVE


Japan=[28/2]+3
Italy=[32/2]+0
PRC=12+0
Britain=0+4
USA=0+3
+++++++++
France=1+2
Germany=0+2
USSR=0+1
China=0+1

JAPANESE SECRET
POLICE UNCOVER
BRITISH PLOT TO
SINK TROOPS
CONVOYS!!

We are very fortunate that
our organizations good
work discovered this plot
in time. The loss of life
could have been immense
and would have
significantly hampered our
efforts against bandit
Chiang.
For further ramifications of
this story, see below.

JAPAN DECLARES
WAR ON BRITAIN!!

In a long address before
the Diet, read jointly by the
Cabinet, Japans long
struggle to maintain its
independence in the face of
European depredations
was recounted. While the
recent threat came from
communism, British
imperialism never ceased
(see story above). The
address noted the wise
policy of coexistence
pursued by the United
States.
Owing to the Anglo-
French Blood
Brotherhood, Japan is at
war with both Britain and
France.

ITALY AND SPAIN
DECLARE WAR ON
BRITAIN!!

When asked to state their
casus bellum, Il Duce
And General Franco
looked at each other and
replied, We need a
reason? Both went on to
explain, more seriously,
that Britain has things that
are rightfully ours.
Both nations are, as well,
at war with France.

CHINESE REDS
ROUND UP
LANDLORDS!
DECLARE PROPERTY
CONFISCATIONS!!!

In and around Nanking,
forces loyal to Chairman
Mao rounded up landlords,
most of them absentee, for
public denunciation and
confiscation of their land
titles. Many were subject
to mob pelting of rotten
eggs and overripe fruit.
[PRC -$3; CH -$6]

THE WAR AT SEA:

The Italian Home Fleet
attacks British and French
escorts in the
Mediterranean. British and
French fleet units, lacking
orders to engage, remain in
port.

40 IT Fleet v 20 FR escort:
-20 FR escort

20 IT Fleet v 10 BR escort:
-10 BR escort

No need for IT subs or
escorts to engage.

In the Pacific:
1 BR sub v 40 JA escorts
-1 BR sub

NOTE: Fleets cannot be
given split orders. One
base=one order.

IN THE AIR:
Bombers take a holiday
(no attack orders).

FROM THE FRONT:

Snow covers most areas of
action save southern China
(rainy) and the
Mideast/Africa (rainy).

Many attackers fall victim
to the cold.

6 PRC Yenan (Blitz) v 10
JA Mon (Fort)
-6 PRC -2 JA

2 RU Last (Mob/Blit) v 10
SS Vologda (Delay)
-1 RU -5 SS

2 RU Last (Asslt) v 10 SS
Gorki (Fort)
-2 RU

4 BR Bulgaria (Flank) v 2
GE Dard (Delay)
-2 BR -2 GE

17 BR Thrace (Asslt) v 10
GE Dard (Delay)
-12 BR -4 GE

Britain occupies Syria.

12 GE Austria (Asslt) v 11
BR + 2 YUG Slovenia
(Spoil)
-8 GE -11 BR 2 YUG
Slovenia falls.

10 GE Anatolia (Feint) v
4m3 BR Rhodes (Spoil)
-4 GE -4 BR

30m4 GE Belgium
(Asslt/Blitz) v 1 FR Calais
(Spoil)
-1 FR

1 GE Wallachia (Probe) v
4 BR Bulgaria (Fort)
-1 GE

5 CH Chung/Kwei/Kwang
v 1 PRC Yunnan
-1 PRC
Yunnan falls.

10 CH
Shan/Wuhan/Fukien v 6
PRC Nanking (With)
-1 CH -6 PRC

2 IT Andalus (Feint) v 1
BR Gibraltar (Fort)
-1 IT -1 BR
Gibraltar falls. Uproar in
British Parliament.

Italy occupies Provence
and Gascony.

8 JA Truk (Blitz) v 4 BR
Rabaul (With)
-4 BR
Rabaul falls.

20 JA Jehol (Feint) v 15
CH Peking (With)
-14 JA -3 CH

5 JA Mong (Mob) v 3 CH
Peking (Spoil)
-5 JA -1 CH

2 JA Mong (Mob) v 4 CH
Great (With)
-2 JA -1 CH

5 JA Mong (Feint) v 8 CH
Kansu (Delay)
-2 JA -4 CH

Mar/Apr 1946:

INITIATIVE

USA=[11/2]+2
Japan=0+4
Italy=0+3
PRC=0+3
Britain=z+2
Germany=0+1
France=0+1
USSR=0+0
+++++++++
China=0+0

REPUBLICANS IN USA
ANNOUNCE MAJOR
URBAN RENEWAL
PROJECTS!!

Businesses cannot
function efficiently without
sound infrastructure and
reliable government
services, and these things
mean a better life for hard-
working Americans as
well.

BIPARTISAN
SUPPORT FOR FARM
PRICE MEASURES!!

A Democratic initiative
received moderate GOP
votes as well as the federal
government moved to
improve prices for
agricultural goods. The
farmer feeds us all. When
he is productive, we
receive quality food at low
prices.

BRITISH ELECTIONS
POSTPONED!!!

British elections,
scheduled for mid-March,
have been delayed due to
the current war crisis.

THE WAR AT SEA:

NOTE: Now that Gibraltar
is an Italian fleet base, all
navies should very
carefully review their fleet
orders for Atlantic and
Mediterranean sea sectors.

South Pacific:
80 JA Fleet v 4 BR escorts
-4 BR escorts

Indian Ocean:
20 JA subs v 10 BR
escorts
-5 JA sub -10 BR escorts

IN THE AIR:

Another bomber holiday.

FROM THE FRONT:

Unusual spring storms
bring blizzards to the
USSR and Scandinavia,
snow to central Europe and
the Balkans, and rain to
France and the Mideast.
Asia enjoys early sunshine.

9 GE Slovenia (Asslt) v 2
YUG Croatia (Delay)
-4 GE -2 YUG
Croatia falls.

20 JA Jehol (Feint) v 13
CH Peking (With)
-6 JA -3 CH

Japan occupies Papua and
Guadalcanal.

Italy occupies Nimes and
Brittany.

1 IT Provence (Mob) v 10
FR Burgundy (Fort)
-1 IT -3 FR

11 PRC Yenan (Mob) v 15
JA Mong (With)
-4 PRC -6 JA

2 RU Last (Mob/Blit) v 7
SS Vologda (Spoil)
-2 RU

2 RU Last (Asslt) v 12 SS
Gorki (Delay)
-2 RU

13 FR Paris (Asslt) v 10m4
GE Calais (Fort/Spoil)
-13 FR -4 GE

15BR 2 FR Dieppe (Mob)
v 10 GE Calais
(Fort/Spoil)
-11 BR -4 GE

15 BR Ardennes (Flank) v
10 GE Calais (Fort/Spoil)
-11 BR -4 GE

Partisan action:
-1 PART
FROM THE
DIPLOMATIC
BLOTTER:

Our hard-nosed reporters
continue to turn up
interesting
communications, reports
and the occasional rumor.
This weeks story focuses
on two separate but
parallel developments, as it
appears that P. Laval of
France and Generalissimo
Chiang have both
approached President Taft
of the USA urging him to
reconsider his heretofore
hands-off policy towards
the wars in both Europe
and Asia.
These approaches may
have been well-timed,
given the recent sharp turn
of events in the course of
those struggles.